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Bolly Buzz: Basu Chatterjee passes away, Kartik Aaryan confesses he wants to marry someone like Deepika Padukone | Hindi Movie News

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More sad news poured in for Bollywood with the shocking death of Basu Chatterjee. While Taimur Ali Khan’s cute pictures brought in some much needed sunshine. Here’s taking a look at the top headlines of the day. On Thursday morning veteran filmmaker Basu Chatterjee passed away due to age-related ailments. Not too long after news broke, tributes poured in from all quarters, including one from PM Narendra Modi.

On the other hand, Karan Johar for all chatty about B-town’s unofficial couple – Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif. Buzz is that the director is trying to get the two together on the hot seat on his popular chat show. Also, Hardik Pandya spilled the beans about his hush-hush romance with fiancé Natasa Stankovic. Contrary to his bad-boy image, he revealed that they first started off by spending long hours chatting before moving on to a dating relationship. He also claimed that Natasa had no idea who he was when they met and that it didn’t take him too long to realise that he had found ‘THE ONE’. The couple got engaged on New Year’s day and recently announced that they have a baby on board.

In an interesting revelation, Kartik Aaryan expressed his desire to marry someone like Deepika Padukone. When the actor was probed about a possible collaboration with Katrina Kaif, Kartik played the loyal fan-boy as he said he would look better with Deepika and went on to add that apparently wants to even marry someone like her. Contrary to what anyone may think, he came clean saying that he just loves the way she shows off her husband Ranveer Singh.

Kareena Kapoor Khan shared new photos of his royal cuteness Taimur Ali Khan lounging on his daddy Saif Ali Khan’s back. She had adorably captioned the clicks, “I always got your back”… Tim took it literally ❤ #FavouriteBoys #QuarantineMornings.”

Script by : Karen Pereira

Voice over by : Shirley Thachil

Edited by: Yogesh Jaiswar



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